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Posts Tagged ‘Deborah Lippmann’

Halloween costumes were out in full force this weekend. Among them were armies of school girls in plaid pleated skirts, cropped button-downs, and pink puffed pigtails (cue “Hit Me Baby”). But now that we’re finally in an era post-Britney and post-Gossip Girl, it might be time for the school girl to grow up a bit.

Ever since I saw Motown on Broadway two weeks ago, the soulful hits of the 60s and 70s have been stuck on repeat in my head. So when I read that British designer, Emilia Wickstead, was inspired by the Memphis Blues like “Son of a Preacher Man” and “Midnight Train to Georgia” immediately my ears […]

Back-to-school time was always my favorite time of year. I openly admit that I was the overly enthusiastic teacher’s pet who color-coordinated her school supplies. As much as I loved school (no, but really—I did), I was the queen of transition clothes. I’m not talking about Summer to Fall. I’m talking about from bed to […]

Maybe it was that extra hot dog. Maybe it was the extra scoop of ice cream. Or maybe it was the second, third, or fourth beer. Regardless, just admit it: you’re guilty of Independence Day demolishment. So if you’re like me, right now you may be thanking the inventor of the drawstring or your lucky […]

The most interesting designers are the ones who push boundaries with fashion. The ones who can play with proportion and textiles while still making you look damn good. Many of these designers come bred from Central Saints Martins design school in London– and Roksanda Ilincic is one of them. Her Avant Garde aesthetic is executed […]